SharePoint Framework extensions samples

SharePoint Framework extensions samples

Next to client-side web parts, extensions are new types of customizations, SharePoint developers can build to extend SharePoint. In the developer preview you can build

  • field customizers, which control the rendering of fields in list view, similar to JSLink
  • list view command sets, which you can use to add options to list menu, similar to Ribbon and ECB extensions using custom actions
  • application customizers, with which you can embed custom scripts to run on all pages, similar to script injection using custom actions

Additionally, the preview includes placeholders which you could compare to server-side delegate controls and an API to build dialog windows.

SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-vs-extension

SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-vs-extension: Visual Studio extension

The Visual Studio Extension for SharePoint Framework wraps the command-line UI of the Microsoft Yeoman Generator (yo @microsoft/sharepoint) into a familiar Windows Forms experience, executes the generator project scaffolding behind the scenes and creates a Visual Studio project that includes all the necessary files for a complete web part project

Microsoft SharePoint · GitHub

Microsoft SharePoint · GitHub

Collection of Microsoft SharePoint patterns and practices on GitHub.

Guidelines for developing well performing SharePoint Online portals

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/pnp_articles/portal-overview?utm_content=53197830

Guidelines for developing well performing SharePoint Online portals

SharePoint on-premises has been, and is, a popular platform for building enterprise portals (a.k.a. intranets). You can build similar portals on SharePoint Online as well, but since SharePoint Online is different from an infrastructure architecture point of view it’s important to factor in the SharePoint Online specific performance considerations when developing your new portal. This set of articles will give you guidance on the key portal design areas.

Migrate SharePoint JavaScript customizations to SharePoint Framework

Migrate SharePoint JavaScript customizations to SharePoint Framework

Migrate existing Script Editor Web Part customizations to the SharePoint Framework

In the past you might have built a SharePoint customization using nothing else than JavaScript, HTML and maybe some CSS and images. Your customization would be embedded on the page using either the Content or the Script Editor Web Part and would contain the necessary HTML and references to its resources. With the recent release of the SharePoint Framework you wonder what the easiest way is to migrate your customization so that it can be used on modern team sites.

Customizing „modern“ team sites

Customizing „modern“ team sites

„Modern“ sites have a different level of customization options compared to „classic“ team sites. The list below gives a quick overview of the supported capabilities for „modern“ team sites.

SharePoint time, is not your time, is not their time

SharePoint time, is not your time, is not their time

If you’re using SharePoint out of the box because all the content is rendered on the server and pushed to the client with all the date/time translation has been done for you. This makes wonderful sense, except when you try and write JavaScript against those same data points.

GitHub – microsmith/SharePointRESTtester

GitHub – microsmith/SharePointRESTtester

A JavaScript project to use with a Content Editor Web Part to test SharePoint REST API calls and create AJAX sample code and SharePoint Designer 2013 Workflow steps.

Teams – Incoming Email in SharePoint Online

Teams – Incoming Email in SharePoint Online

There is now a way to set up incoming email on a library in SharePoint Online… sort of.